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International orders in the early modern world : before the rise of the West / edited by Shogo Suzuki, Yongjin Zhang and Joel Quirk.

Contributor(s): Suzuki, Shogo, 1975- | Zhang, Yongjin | Quirk, Joel.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HF4050 .I48 2014Series: New international relations: Publication: London : Routledge, 2014Description: xviii, 214 p.ISBN: 9780415626286 (hardback); 0415626285 (hardback).Subject(s): East-West trade | International relations
Contents:
Introduction: the rest and the rise of the West / Shogo Suzuki, Yongjin Zhang, and Joel Quirk -- Europeans and the steppe: Russian lands under the Mongol rule / Iver B. Neumann -- Europe, Islam, and Pax Ottomana, 1453-1774 / Ayla Göl -- Curious and exotic encounters: Europeans as supplicants in the Chinese imperium, 1513-1793 / Yongjin Zhang -- Europe at the periphery of the Japanese world order / Shogo Suzuki -- A corrupt international society: how Britain was duped into its first Indian conquest / Darshan Vigneswaran -- International relations in the Americas during the long eighteenth century, 1663-1820 / Charles Jones -- Europeans, Africans, and the Atlantic world, 1450-1850 / Joel Quirk and David Richardson -- Conclusion: Eurocentrism, world history, meta-narratives, and the meeting of international societies / Richard Little.
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Introduction: the rest and the rise of the West / Shogo Suzuki, Yongjin Zhang, and Joel Quirk -- Europeans and the steppe: Russian lands under the Mongol rule / Iver B. Neumann -- Europe, Islam, and Pax Ottomana, 1453-1774 / Ayla Göl -- Curious and exotic encounters: Europeans as supplicants in the Chinese imperium, 1513-1793 / Yongjin Zhang -- Europe at the periphery of the Japanese world order / Shogo Suzuki -- A corrupt international society: how Britain was duped into its first Indian conquest / Darshan Vigneswaran -- International relations in the Americas during the long eighteenth century, 1663-1820 / Charles Jones -- Europeans, Africans, and the Atlantic world, 1450-1850 / Joel Quirk and David Richardson -- Conclusion: Eurocentrism, world history, meta-narratives, and the meeting of international societies / Richard Little.

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